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Decolonizing Education: Reimagining Curriculum, Teaching & Learning

Thursday, May 30, 2019
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Ellis Hall
Room: 319
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This workshop will provide an overview of what decolonizing the curriculum can mean, including reimagining content, understanding bias, and being open to new ways of teaching and learning. Interactive and discussion-based components will allow participants to arrive at a foundational understanding of the processes and questions involved in decolonizing our minds, educational processes, and approaches to curriculum development and help us to move toward transforming our teaching and learning practices.

Presenter Bio:
Lindsay Brant

Lindsay Brant is from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Lindsay has a Master of Education degree from Athabasca University, and an Honours degree in English Literature and Indigenous Studies from Trent University. She has spent the last several years working in various higher education settings in instructional design/curriculum development capacities, as well as in student support and faculty roles. Lindsay is passionate about education and is a strong advocate for creating inclusive teaching and learning spaces for all learners. Lindsay is also an accomplished creative writer and poet.


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